Thursday, February 21, 2013

Another windy day for New Jersey

Radar image as of this posting: 12:00pm - 2/21/2013

Another Windy Day for New Jersey

The Garden state is seeing lots of sunshine this afternoon, but temperatures will only reach between 30 and 35 degrees once again, and winds continue to be brisk for a second straight day, creating windchill values in the teens at times today.

Tonight will be clear, and cold with diminishing winds. Low temperatures will drop to around 20.

Friday will remain sunny for a good part of the day, with increasing clouds later on. It should feel a bit better without much wind to talk about, and temperatures trying to reach 40 degrees.

The next storm will arrive for the weekend. The weather models indicate that the storm arrives during Saturday morning, mainly in the form of rain, coming to an end early Sunday morning. Some areas in Northwestern NJ could see a mix of rain and snow, with some minor accumulations possible in those areas.
More details on this in my next post.

As the storm leaves Sunday, it will get windy once again, with temperatures in the 40s, along with colder windchill readings.

The next storm is shown by the weather models to arrive Tuesday.

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